a VirtualTourist member from San Antonio
Do U.S. citizens need a visa for Lithuania? Thanks.
No. US citizens do not need a visa for stays of 90 days or less.
Hi - you can visit for up to 90 days without a visa (provided you are not working).
I have notices that you asked a similar question in the Poland branch. Keep in mind, both countries are in the Schengen zone. So you get a total of 90 out of 180 days for both countries.
This site gives you the details.
No, you don't need visa. As said earlier there are 90/180 rule, so you have to Leave Schengen are before 90 days and you can come again after 90 days. "Two three months trip in a years with three months between".